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NZTA faces the music over regulation technique

10/10/2019
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The Transport Agency has been strongly criticised for prioritising business ahead of safety for most of its 11-year history, and creating a culture where staff were afraid to speak up.

Duration:00:05:55

Christopher Luxon keen to stand for National in Botany

10/10/2019
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Former Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon has confirmed he's keen to enter politics and stand for the National party. How are his prospects looking?

Duration:00:08:35

The 10 greatest hip-hop songs of all time

10/10/2019
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The ten best hip hop songs of all time have been voted on by the BBC's legion of music critics ... with the Notorious B.I.G coming out on top.

Duration:00:03:16

Question of the Day for 11 October 2019

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What do you miss about NZ when you're overseas?

Duration:00:03:56

What do you miss about home when you're travelling?

10/10/2019
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Whether it's paua fritters, great smalltalk, or simply a smile and a nod when you're walking down the street, what do you miss about New Zealand when you're overseas?

Duration:00:04:41

What should we do about drugs?

10/10/2019
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NZ First has shot down a plan to make drug testing legal by this summer, because they say it could encourage drug use. Police Minister Stuart Nash said earlier this year the move would save lives and hospitalisations, but he's been unable to get backing from the political party.

Duration:00:08:55

Reflecting on the local government elections

10/10/2019
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With local government elections done and dusted, outgoing Dunedin mayor and LGNZ president Dave Cull joins the panel to reflect on how local elections have changed over the years.

Duration:00:09:42

World Rugby to cancel two cup matches

10/10/2019
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Typhoon Hagibas has forced World Rugby to cancel two world cup matches - but, more importantly, it's also a massive-scale storm, which could force the evacuation of millions of people from Tokyo

Duration:00:04:01

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne (Part 2)

10/10/2019
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Whether it's paua fritters, great smalltalk, or simply a smile and a nod when you're walking down the street, what do you miss about New Zealand when you're overseas? What do you miss about NZ when you're overseas? The ten best hip hop songs of all time have been voted on by the BBC's legion of music critics ... with the Notorious B.I.G coming out on top. Former Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon has confirmed he's keen to enter politics and stand for the National party. How...

Duration:00:25:30

The Panel with Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne (Part 1)

10/10/2019
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Typhoon Hagibas has forced World Rugby to cancel two world cup matches - but, more importantly, it's also a massive-scale storm, which could force the evacuation of millions of people from Tokyo. With local government elections done and dusted, outgoing Dunedin mayor and LGNZ president Dave Cull joins the panel to reflect on how local elections have changed over the years. NZ First has shot down a plan to make drug testing legal by this summer, because they say it could encourage drug use....

Duration:00:25:28

I've been thinking for 11 October 2019

10/10/2019
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What the Panellists Michelle Boag and Peter Dunne have been thinking about.

Duration:00:03:50

Story of the Day for 11 October 2019

10/10/2019
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Have you ever read this?

Duration:00:09:43

One in 14 Kiwis working multiple jobs

10/9/2019
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More than seven percent of New Zealanders are working more than one job in order to make ends meet. Is this a stark condemnation of the way of the world in 2019? Or are there benefits to having multiple streams of income?

Duration:00:05:23

Reading in a Digital Age

10/9/2019
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Read NZ has released a new report called "Reading in a Digital Age", exploring how New Zealanders consume writing in 2019.

Duration:00:09:02

Turkey launches airstrikes in Syria as Trump pulls out

10/9/2019
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International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to explain a bit about the situation in Syria.

Duration:00:05:41

Question of the Day for 10 October 2019

10/9/2019
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What's the worst thing about open-plan offices? .

Duration:00:07:45

Where to from here, following Tuia 250?

10/9/2019
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The most anticipated day of Tuia 250 has wrapped up with a private civic ceremony, but the question of how we commemorate controversial historical figures will be discussed for a long time yet.

Duration:00:06:05

NZ vs Italy cancelled due to approaching typhoon

10/9/2019
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Two rugby world cup matches have been cancelled due to inclement weather. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson joins the panel to explain exactly what the situation is.

Duration:00:05:14

Two dead following synagogue shooting in Germany

10/9/2019
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A Gunman has killed two people on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewidh year, in an attack in the German city of Halle...that he live streamed on a video gaming platform.

Duration:00:07:32

The Panel with Mihingarangi Forbes and Eli Matthewson (Part 2)

10/9/2019
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What's the worst thing about open-plan offices? International law professor Al Gillespie joins the panel to explain a bit about the situation in Syria. Read NZ has released a new report called "Reading in a Digital Age", exploring how New Zealanders consume writing in 2019. More than seven percent of New Zealanders are working more than one job in order to make ends meet. Is this a stark condemnation of the way of the world in 2019? Or are there benefits to having multiple streams of income?

Duration:00:25:10